Click Link below to play graphic. https://www.usatoday.com/pages/interactives/1619-african-slavery-history-maps-routes-interactive-graphic/ Homework 1: Monday 31 Read 1664-1669 The Virginia Law on Baptism by Jemar Tisby Notes from reading: Black people remain the most Christian demographic in the United States yet Christianity is the “white man’s religion.” White Christians deliberately used religion to strengthen a racial caste system. 1667 VirginiaContinue reading “Civil Rights Class Week 2”
January 29, 1908 ~ Federal court bared “mixed blood” Alaskan students from white schools unless they assimilate. January 29 1883 ~ In Pace v. Alabama, U. S. Supreme Court upheld law criminalizing interracial sex and marriage.
January 17, 1834 ~ Alabama legislature passed a law that effectively bans any free Black person from residing in the state.
January 03, 1895 ~ Nineteen Hopi leaders were imprisoned on Alcatraz Island for opposing government assimilation efforts, which included confining farming to plots and forcibly enrolling Hopi children in boarding schools. The leaders were imprisoned for a year.